What's up guys, I just recently bought a 2001 GSX-R 1000 and am still trying to get used to it. There's only 1 thing I don't like about the bike. Whenever I am riding around town and let off the throttle, when I twist the throttle even a tiny bit, it'll feel like it kicks hard. Another way to explain this is like when you turn on a light switch. It is very similar to that. It doesn't kick so hard that I can't control it, but it isn't smooth at all. I was riding at skaggs spring road the other day and I would have to always have a little throttle going into the corner or else I wouldn't be able to travel smoothly into the turn and throttle out of it. This is fine for me when I'm in the twisties, but what am I supposed to do when I'm riding home from work or school? I've never ridden any other gix 1000's, so I don't know if that is just how they are. Any suggestions from anyone?